3 members of family charged with 2nd-degree murder in death of Logan Ring
5 people now facing charges in 21-year-old man's death
A father, daughter and mother are among the five people charged with second-degree murder in the 2016 death of Logan Ring.
Ring was found dead next to his vehicle in a parking lot at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park on Nov. 17, 2016.
On Friday, RCMP announced that two men — Colin Perrault, 49, and Todd Donaldson, 48 — have each been charged with one count of second-degree murder.
Both are expected to appear in Swift Current provincial court next Tuesday.
RCMP say Colin Perrault turned himself in at the Swift Current municipal detachment.
Donaldson was arrested at a business in Swift Current.
Tanisha's mother, Jolene Denise Epp, 38, is also facing a second-degree murder charge in connection with the killing.
A third woman, 25-year-old Rebecca Lynn Kuhlman, has also been charged.
Ring's mother, Cindy McEwen, has said Kuhlman was a friend and roommate of her son.
An RCMP spokesperson did not confirm the family relationships between the accused, but police say all of the accused are known to each other.